SWITZERLAND: Summit to discuss fund for garment workers
By Petah Marian | 23 October 2012
The Global Forum for Sustainable Supply Chains will today (23 October) convene a multi-stakeholder meeting of companies, international institutions and insurance experts to discuss the possible creation of a private fund or insurance product that would provide support to garment workers affected by factory closures and non-payment of wages and benefits.
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